February 4, 2013
If you have skin cancer on your face or neck, often times dermatologists use a procedure called Mohs Surgery to remain the cancer. After surgery, however, patients are left with damage to the affected area. In this week’s NBC29 Martha Jefferson Monday segment, we asked Dr. Elizabeth Chance, a plastic surgeon at Martha Jefferson Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery about options for repair after Mohs Surgery, and heard from one patients about her own successful experience.
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